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Establishment of regions of genomic activity during the Drosophila maternal to zygotic transition

bioRxiv

Jun 13, 2014

Xiao-Yong LiMichael B Eisen

Abstract

A conspicuous feature of early animal development is the lack of transcription from the embryonic genome, and it typically takes several hours to several days (depending on the species) until widespread transcription of the embryonic genome begins. Although this transition is ubiquitous...read more

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Histones
Drosophila
Genetic Translation Process
Species
Mitosis
Nucleosomes
Post-Translational Protein Processing
Transcription Factor
Transcription, Genetic
Structure of Zygote
7
25
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Establishment of regions of genomic activity during the Drosophila maternal to zygotic transition

bioRxiv

Jun 13, 2014

Xiao-Yong LiMichael B Eisen

PMID: 990006312

DOI: 10.1101/006312

Abstract

A conspicuous feature of early animal development is the lack of transcription from the embryonic genome, and it typically takes several hours to several days (depending on the species) until widespread transcription of the embryonic genome begins. Although this transition is ubiquitous...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Histones
Drosophila
Genetic Translation Process
Species
Mitosis
Nucleosomes
Post-Translational Protein Processing
Transcription Factor
Transcription, Genetic
Structure of Zygote
7
25

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